It feels like 1979 all over again, with Iran, under a new president, playing a central role.
07 Dec 2013 12:09 GMT
PA is bluntly critical of many Arab states, particularly Egyptian efforts to broker a deal between Hamas and Fatah.
26 Jan 2011 19:39 GMT | Politics, Investigative, US & Canada, Egypt, Israel
Palestinian negotiators are engaged in talks that they know have ceded almost every Palestinian right.
24 Jan 2011 19:42 GMT | Politics, Investigative, US & Canada, Egypt, Israel
Almost a month after their poor showing in legislative elections, Egyptian opposition parties are embroiled in coups, divisions and scathing self-criticism.
Amira Howeidy | 25 Jan 2006 14:36 GMT
US tanks begin to roll into the Egyptian capital, Cairo, and the city's Sixth of October bridge and the famous Nile corniche promenade are destroyed.
Amira Howeidy | 12 Jan 2006 05:12 GMT
When Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak addresses parliament on 17 December, it will be the first time in Egypt's history that 20% of the MPs will belong to the officially outlawed Muslim Brotherhood.
Amira Howeidy | 14 Dec 2005 06:20 GMT
A senior figure in Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood organisation has argued against non-Muslims holding leadership positions in Egypt, including the presidency.
Amira Howeidy | 05 Dec 2005 18:51 GMT
Egyptian intellectuals and public figures from across the political spectrum have warned the government against the repercussions of election fraud and violence on democracy in the country.<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
Amira Howeidy | 28 Nov 2005 00:18 GMT
A massive banner displayed in a Cairo district proclaims the phrase "Islam is the Solution" above a small image of the Quran set between two crisscrossed medieval swords.
Amira Howeidy | 13 Nov 2005 22:58 GMT
Egypt, the Arab world's most populous country, has gone on high alert after a warning from the UN that the deadly H5N1 bird flu strain could hit North Africa and the Middle East.
Amira Howeidy | 23 Oct 2005 11:13 GMT
Egypt's first multi-candidate elections were hailed as historic, but observers say the defining moment for the nation's democracy could be the parliamentary elections in November.
Amira Howeidy | 13 Oct 2005 19:22 GMT
What is the true price of gold? We investigate the devastating impact of illegal gold mining in the rainforests of Peru.
Science & Technology, Peru, Environment
A look at one of the most controversial walls in the world today.
Middle East, Palestine, Occupied West Bank
Thailand has long been a sanctuary for Chinese dissidents, but it no longer offers safety for those seeking refuge.
China, Thailand, Human Rights
In an exclusive interview, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discusses the failed coup and the ongoing crackdown.
Turkey attempted coup, Turkey, Middle East